We are at the fair, it’s in a field with snow on it. It’s in Northamptonshire, but it could be Transylvania.
It’s in the 1940’s, it is in the evening. There is some lovely snow to play in. The lady is called Sheryl, or she could be called Rose.
She is feeling a bit cold, she’s saying ‘look at me – I’m good looking’.
She looks happy and she has a lovely smile. ‘Come on ladies, where are your smiles?’
She is standing on the beach on the sand. Where is she from? She’s not from me! Is she from you, Alison? No, she wasn’t from her either!
If you look at her face, she has a smile and it’s a nice one. She’s a very happy lady, she’s got a lovely smile with her arms there . She might have a family. Granny is sitting there with an umbrella and she has two daughters. Her grandchildren might be there.
We haven’t got a clue who the other people are, people who live around her. They might be dancers, but they are not rock and rollers, , but maybe country dancing. They are dancing to happy, go lucky music, we agreed.
They might go for a game of bingo, but that might be a lot of rubbish. Sheryl has met a man and they have gone out for a meal together. The man might ask the woman to pay.
‘I haven’t got the money to pay, can someone give me the pennies?’ They pay for one lot, but not the other – Jon knows this because he was in the box!